I thought there were some great dramatic scenes in this 1928 film-- particularly of the tall sailing ships, of the locks at the Panama Canal, generally of ports and shipping-- of a bi-plane in flight (seen from above)-- and of Sugar Loaf in Rio.
The camera work is very well-composed.
We take so much for granted in our internet age. These scenes were quite novel and informative for their time.
May 23, 2014 Subject:
I hope you learned something.
Ship goes across the Atlantic Ocean passes some glaciers to New York, then it goes to Panama, passes the locks, and then off to Rio. Nothing really exciting here, save for some shots in Colon Panama and some scenery in Rio.